Windows Server 2003 32 bit crashing after 2 days

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Windows Server 2003 32 bit crashing after 2 days

Postby Pete_C » 13. Sep 2017, 15:18

I am currently running VirtualBox on Ubuntu 16.04

Linux 4.4.0-93-generic #116-Ubuntu SMP Fri Aug 11 21:17:51 UTC 2017 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS
Release: 16.04
Codename: xenial

~# vboxmanage --version
5.1.26r117224

Running Windows 2003 standard 32 bit VB. It's been fine now for 2 years except for the last month or so.

I am only needing to utilize the audio for Microsoft SAPI; nothing else these days.

It is crashing after running about 2-3 days. I have attached error image when crashing. It has never done this before.

I have removed and reinstalled Virtual box some 4-5 times now over the last month.

The error I see is: Virtual box crashed with SIGSEGV in TMR3TimerQueuesDo()

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I have attached the log file zipped.
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Re: Windows Server 2003 32 bit crashing after 2 days

Postby mpack » 13. Sep 2017, 16:08

The provided log does not show a VM running for 2 days. It shows a VM running for 4 minutes and then being shut down (no crash).
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Re: Windows Server 2003 32 bit crashing after 2 days

Postby Pete_C » 13. Sep 2017, 19:43

Thank you mpack.

Updated logs and zipped and attached to op.
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Re: Windows Server 2003 32 bit crashing after 2 days

Postby socratis » 15. Sep 2017, 07:33

Try disabling the audio in the guest. See if that helps...
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Re: Windows Server 2003 32 bit crashing after 2 days

Postby Pete_C » 15. Sep 2017, 11:27

Thank you Socratis.

Will give it a try.

Issue here is that the Windows server only purpose is for audio / Microsoft SAPI.

I also have a Windows 7 VB that I can use.

Odd that it has become an issue after a couple of years.
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Re: Windows Server 2003 32 bit crashing after 2 days

Postby socratis » 15. Sep 2017, 14:32

Try then with 5.1.28, just released. It fixes a lot of audio issues.
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Re: Windows Server 2003 32 bit crashing after 2 days

Postby Pete_C » 15. Sep 2017, 21:20

Thank you Socratis.

Updated.

:~# vboxmanage --version
5.1.28r117968

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